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    Post How to Develop a Website in java

    Hi Friends,

    Am new to develop a website in java, please give me guidance where i can study, and develop a website...
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    Default Re: How to Develop a Website in java

    When talking about developing a website using Java, you should look into JavaEE. There are numerous application servers that act as hosts. The one I use is called Glassfish. If you go to Oracle's JavaEE section and download the javaEE jdk, you'll get everything you need to start off. You'll learn how to build .jsp and .jsf pages that are processed by the application server. You could find more information in the JavaEE section of this forum.
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    Default Re: How to Develop a Website in java

    You JSE distribution comes bundled with a complete HTTP server; there's not a mention of it anywhere that a I could find. I found the API documentation here. I keep it in my bookmark list if/when I find something useful for it ...

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    Default Re: How to Develop a Website in java

    Hi Friends,

    ThanX for your valuable suggestions,
    am little confused..
    am going to develop only static page, just show the page only.. (NO database,NO store info, etc)..

    My friend suggest me use wordpress tool to develop a site.. is this best or
    any other IDE are avail friends to create a website?..
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    Default Re: How to Develop a Website in java

    What's the reason to build it in Java? Might as wall use HTML and some CSS for a static page.
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    Default Re: How to Develop a Website in java

    Hi Friend,,

    if HTML and CSS is enough to create a site, which IDE compatable to develop?
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    Default Re: How to Develop a Website in java

    You would need a Adobe Dreamweaver. You should search for web development forums rather than programming forums.
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    Default Re: How to Develop a Website in java

    Thank you for sharing all you ideas, I really appreciate replies that have sense. Hope to see more replies..

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